2010 Kobalt Window Pane
Proprietary Blend - 750ML
  • WA 93

Reg: $39.94

$32.94

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Reg: $39.94

$32.94

This product is
out of stock

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WA 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2012
The Cabernet Sauvignon-based 2010 Window Pane wraps around the palate with layers of dark plums olives cassis leather and scorched earth. With time in the glass the wine fleshes out nicely. This is an absolutely gorgeous... The Cabernet Sauvignon-based 2010 Window Pane wraps around the palate with layers of dark plums olives cassis leather and scorched earth. With time in the glass the wine fleshes out nicely. This is an absolutely gorgeous bottle of wine from Kobalt. The 2010 is an unusual blend of 63% Cabernet Sauvignon 30% Petite Sirah and 7% Carignane/Graciano but it all works beautifully. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2018.-Antonio Galloni
JJB 90
Roland Hankerson - JJ Buckley, February 2012
Purple-tinged. Rich nose of ripe sweet cherry eucalyptus baking spice leather and tobacco. The pleasing palate mirrors the nose with star anise and licorice joining the chorus of fruit and spice flavors. Medium-bodied and... Purple-tinged. Rich nose of ripe sweet cherry eucalyptus baking spice leather and tobacco. The pleasing palate mirrors the nose with star anise and licorice joining the chorus of fruit and spice flavors. Medium-bodied and very smooth with light tannins and lively acidity this should drink well over the next 3-5 years. 90 points
Color & Type Red
Varietal Proprietary Blend
Country USA
Region California
Sub-region North Coast
Vintage 2010
Percent alcohol 14.8%
Closure Cork

Label

Kobalt Window Pane is a Napa Valley red blend featuring roughly 65% Cabernet Sauvignon; 28% Petite Sirah and 7% Carignan.

Winery

Kobalt

Kobalt Wines was founded by Kevin Carriker in 1998. With the help of his friend, former-Merus winemaker Mark Herold, he purchased a small vineyard in Coombsville. After a couple of years, again with Mark’s help, Kevin made his first Cabernet Sauvignon.